Steve Roby wrote:
Well, that's too bad. Most of the best DW novels are pre-Ninth Doctor, and many of the current show's writers (Russell T Davies, Paul Cornell, Mark Gatiss, Gareth Roberts) started there.
And Steven Moffat, whose first work of Who-related fiction was the story "Continuity Errors" in Virgin's 1996 DW anthology Decalog 3: Consequences
. The story was about the Seventh Doctor altering the past to change the attitude of an obstructionist official who was keeping him from saving lives -- a premise Moffat reused for the Eleventh Doctor in "A Christmas Carol." Moffat also contributed a story to the Bernice Summerfield series that spun off of the NAs.